Gamer

(2009)
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  • 12 Magic Movie Moments That Happened By Mistake

    What should have happened: In a climactic scene of Chris Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’, The Joker (Heath Ledger) casually walks away from the hospital, detonating the bombs he’s planted causing a huge explosion. Ledger never breaking character, stopped, gave the detonator a comical shake, tried the…

    Tom Butler
  • Thumbs! What happened to the world's strangest movie parodies?

    Instead of Star Wars, they have Thumb Wars: the story of Loke Groundrunner, a brave young thumb who must save the universe from the Evil Thumbpire. This is the world of Thumb!, a parody series created by Steve Oedekerk (the guy behind Kung Pow! Enter the Fist).

    The Verge
  • Minority winemakers look to change industry's stereotypes

    NORTH PLAINS, Ore. (AP) — Bertony Faustin didn't set out to be Oregon's first black winemaker. He just wanted to make good wine. But the disbelief that often comes when customers realize a black man owns the winery has worn on him.

    Associated Press
  • Kristen Stewart sci-fi 'Equals' fails to add up for Venice critics

    By Michael Roddy VENICE (Reuters) - With Kristen Stewart of "Twilight" fame and Nicholas Hoult of "X-Men", the science-fiction film "Equals" is sure to have some box-office draw, but it failed to win much critical acclaim when screened in competition at the Venice Film Festival. Stewart and Hoult…

    Reuters
  • Telluride Film Review: ‘Heart of a Dog’

    Dogs have clearly become an avant-gardist’s best friend. First Jean-Luc Godard delivered a funny 3D valentine to a pooch named Roxy Mieville in “Goodbye to Language,” and now the New York-based musician/performance artist Laurie Anderson has woven a tide of personal stories, insights and…

    Variety
  • Child soldier drama makes Netflix award contender

    "Beasts of No Nation," Cary Fukunaga's child soldier drama, is the first Netflix feature film to be included in competition for a major film prize. Fukunaga spent more than a decade developing his project to make a film about child soldiers, an issue he first became interested in when studying…

    AFP
  • Venice Film Review: ‘A War’

    It's a line often spoken in war-at-home dramas, as returning soldiers struggle to relate to unscarred civilians: "You can't imagine what it's like out there."

    Variety
  • Tattooed 'Dance Moms' Suspect Reveals He Sent Maddie Ziegler 11 Packages

    In a jailhouse interview, Phoenix Sundown talked about communicating with the 'Dance Moms' girls in code.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Relativity Bankruptcy: Justice Department Official Argues Against Bonus Pay

    Employee salary bonuses proposed as part of the Relativity Media bankruptcy should be denied because they are designed to retain executives and other workers and not to encourage a more optimal sales price when the company is auctioned Oct. 1, the U.S. Trustee’s office argued in a legal filing…

    Variety
  • Google Plans to Bring App Store to China, Without Media Sales (Report)

    Google has plans to re-enter China and give Chinese mobile users access to its Google Play app store as early as this fall, according to a report by the Information. However, the Chinese version of Google Play won’t make media companies a whole lot of money: To appease censors, Google is planning…

    Variety
  • Why IMAX Corporation Shares Dipped 16% in August

    Silence is golden -- except when a quiet news flow makes investors latch on to all the wrong signals that are driving rival stocks lower.

    Motley Fool
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    Star Wars fans feel merchandise force

    Star Wars fans feel the force of Disney merchandising as a new generation of intergalactic toys to mark the latest movie goes on sale around this planet. Grace Pascoe reports.

    Reuters Videos
  • Tye White Joins OWN’s ‘Greenleaf’; Joe Dinicol In ‘Blindspot’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

    Tye White ( Drumline: A New Beat) has been cast as a series regular on OWN’s megachurch drama series Greenleaf, from Craig Wright and Lionsgate TV. Greenleaf focuses on the unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch Greenleaf World Ministries, where…

    Deadline
  • New ‘Transporter’ movie takes on reigning champ ‘Straight Outta Compton’

    “The Transporter Refueled” didn’t get great reviews, but social media buzz and advance sales suggest it could surprise “Straight Outta Compton,” which remains the favorite to win the box-office title for ...

    MarketWatch
  • Telluride Cancels Aretha Franklin Doc Screening of ‘Amazing Grace’ (Updated)

    Update 3:51 p.m.: The Telluride Film Festival has canceled Friday night’s scheduled screening of the Aretha Franklin concert film “Amazing Grace” per a U.S. District court ruling in favor of an emergency injunction filed by the singer. Three screenings of the film are slated for release at the…

    The Wrap
  • Composer A.R. Rahman Focuses on Projects Closer to Home in India

    Prolific Indian composer A.R. Rahman has decided to slow down in order to get more done. The composer, who won an Oscar for “Slumdog Millionaire” and was nominated for “127 Hours,” has decided to cut down his Hollywood assignments. His hitherto peripatetic life — he finished a summer concert series…

    Variety
  • An interview with Alex Gibney, director of Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

    When Alex Gibney premiered Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine at SXSW, a group of Apple employees in the audience walked out. In March, our own Bryan Bishop called it an "unflinching look at the emotional shrapnel people took when they were part of Jobs’ life," and that focus sets it apart from the…

    The Verge